This elephant mobile by Flensted is perfect for a modern nursery.
These child nail brushes from Brookfarm General Store have cute little animals drawn on them.
How fabulous are these cardboard animals by Kirsty Loves Cardboard? We love it when people make beautiful art out of everyday things!
Make the best candy buckets on the block with this Halloween tutorial from Mer Mag.
Have some peanuts in the shell? Turn them into cute halloween ghosts like these ones by Sergio Dias with a bit of paint and marker!
This nest bed sheet by Australian company Bed Toppings is super cute.
For a little Halloween inspiration, check out these fantastic Where the Wild Things are costumes by The Kimball Herd.
What a fun way to get kids into the holiday spirit – themed snacks! This one from Meet the Dubiens is celebrating Turkey Day.
If your kid likes finger painting but you’re afraid of the toxic chemicals in the paint, try these edible veggie finger paints created by mom, Sarid Ditton.
This hand-loomed Elmo sweater from Kiwi Industries is too cute.
Quite expensive for little girls shoes but these flats by Little Marc Jacobs are super cute.
Make your kids a healthy autumn-inspired snack with the leftover seeds from pumpkin carving with this delicious recipe from Simply Recipes.
This stacking puzzle by Japanese company Buchi has several different levels of difficulty to challenge your little ones.
This rainbow unicorn pillow by My Mini is awfully cute.
Le Petit Roro is an adorable French Board Book by Corinne Drefuss and illustrated by Benjamin Chaud.
Little Duckling is a fantastic kids brand out of London by Danish born Rosa Wiland. Her clothes are vintage inspired and fabulous.
The clothes from French shop Le Carrousel are quite chic.
This car track from Le Jardin de Juliette is made out of washi tape. What an inexpensive way to make something super fun!
The Autumn/Winter Collection from Hucklebones is gorgeous.
This handmade seagull mobile from cocon is simple and sweet.
These adorable bookplates by Helen Dardik are free to download and print!
If your kid is into trucks and cars and things that go vroom, these construction eating utensils will be right up their alley!
Have a good old-fashioned game night with Orbit, a vintage board game released in 1959 around the start of the Space Program.
This butcher’s apron set by Odette Williams is simple and sweet. It will have kids playing pretend for hours.
A great round up of Fall boy’s hats from Hellobee.
There is great music and cute characters in this fun animated short by Alla Kinda, Manolito’s Dreams.
Australia-based Acorn Kids makes super cute hats for little ones.
If you’re planning on being crafty for your kid’s halloween costumes you will be inspired by this adorable handmade Totoro costume by you & mie.
Encourage your kids to color on the walls with these colorable posters by Roxy Marj.
Super cute color-themed birthday party from My Little Jedi.
The Hear Heres are a very Dr. Seuss-inspired art installation in Derbyshire, England. What fun it would be to hear the trees and the water speak!
These teething rings by Koukku are made from Oko-tex cotton thread and unfinished maple. In other words they’re non-toxic AND stylish.
If you’re thinking of making your child’s halloween costume then this cute rain cloud costume from The Train to Crazy should definitely be on your list.
Give your kids an awesome tour wherever you go with Google’s new App Field Trip which offers up interesting information about where you are.
Australian shop Fable has the most beautiful soft-looking handmade goods for babies.
How sweet is this elephant made by Patricija’s Garden?
If you’re looking for a fun Halloween project and you have some cereal boxes lying around, you can these neat lanterns!
Turn your child’s lego creations into modern art with this neat tutorial by Three Paper Peonies.
Little Vy’s makes super cute little bowties for the dapper little boy in your life.
Baby-proofing? These cute Ouchlets by Gama-Go protect your outlets from little fingers.
These cars made by Jason Greene out of recycled skateboards are gorgeous!
Looking for a fun October snack? Try Candy Apples. They’re Similar to caramel apples but you can make them lots of fun colors!
The Where, the Why, and the How by Julia Rothman is a book about science illustrated by 75 artists. If you have a little science geek, this would be a great gift.
Sometimes playing with something ooey and gooey is the best kind of fun. That’s why this tutorial from Modern Parents Messy Kids is sure to be a hit!
These soft and huggable linen Ghost Pals from Romp are the perfect October companion.
Need an inexpensive Halloween Costume? Try these adorable free DIY costume templates from Wee Society.